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Average prices for a house in the 1920's were in the $2,500-$3,000. I just recently read a story about a man who bought a brick home back then for $5,000 and everyone in the family thought he was crazy for spending that much money on a house! Times have certainly changed!
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Yo mama's house is so small, she ain't got room to change her mind. Need a bigger house?! We can build you one!
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Who LOVES living in Tulsa? Here are some interesting facts as to how Tulsa came to be:

Tulsa was settled in the 1830s by Creek Indians from Alabama who were forcibly sent to the area (then part of Indian Territory) under the Indian Removal Act of 1830. Creek medicine men planted ashes from their old home at the new site, and the Creeks named their new village “Tulsy,” meaning old town, in memory of their former home in Tallassee, Ala. In time, the village became the town of Tulsa.
The coming of the first railroad in 1882 attracted white settlers to Tulsa, and the town developed into a cattle-shipping center. When enormous oil deposits were discovered at nearby Red Fork in 1901 and at Glenn Pool in 1905, the city experienced rapid growth as a center of a booming petroleum industry. Tulsa was incorporated as a city in 1898 and chartered in 1908. Tulsa is the center of the state's petroleum and telecommunications industries and has a diversified economy. Other important industries include aerospace, chemicals, computer parts, automobile glass, fabricated metals, and industrial machinery. The city became a major inland port when the Tulsa port of Catoosa opened in 1971.
-source: Pearson Education

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Here's a funny for your Monday!
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Check out our gallery😀
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Have you been thinking about building, but have SO MANY questions? Make an appointment with us and we can answer all of the "unknowns"!
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Happy Valentines Day!
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Checking out a lot with our client😊
If you have a lot you're eying, we'd be glad to come out and look at it with you!
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Hey y'all! Happy Monday:)
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